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Two Way Radio Antenna

How to Choose the Right Two Way Radio Antenna

The antenna on your two way radio is more important than you might realize. If an antenna is damaged, or altered in some way, it can affect your radios ability to communicate with your team – and impact the efficiency and productivity the technology provides your workplace. If you have a two way radio, and… Read More»

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Will Your New Two Way Radio Work With Older Fleet Models?

Will newer two way radios work with older technology? We get this question a lot here at Nova Communications. After all, investing in a large, new fleet of two way radios can be a costly endeavour if you require lots of radios for your team. But the good news is that there are ways to… Read More»

Oil and Gas

Two Way Radios Imperative At All Levels of Canadian Oil and Gas

With more than 60,000 people working in oil and gas production in Canada, often times in large team capacities, there is a pressing need to keep employees safe. Oil and gas in all its stages is a tough industry that demands a lot from its workers, and its equipment. But, with a growing focus on… Read More»

MotoTRBO Two Way Radio

4 Workplace Communication Options Outdone By Two Way Radios

Communication in a workplace is still a driving force for efficiency, productivity and safety. It keeps your employees and team members in connection with the happenings of the day, and sets expectations as plans change. A number of industries across Canada continue to rely on two way radio technology as their form of team communication… Read More»

MotoTRBO Two Way Radio

5 Reasons Why Two Way Radios Rentals May Suit Your Business

Not every organization who requires a two way radio for communication among its team needs to purchase the technology. Often times, organizations want to increase talking abilities for a limited time, or to complement the needs at that moment. Seasonal industries, for example, don’t require any radios outside of their season – and it’s of… Read More»

MotoTRBO Two Way Radios

Motorola ‘E Series’ Two Way Radios Take Digital to New Level

Among a number of Canadian industries, two way radios have continued to be a reliable form of communication from construction site, hotel lobby to plant floor, and beyond. With the advent of digital two way radio technology, that reliance as both a source of productivity, safety and customer service has continued to grow. The MotoTRBO… Read More»

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Les industries québécoises profitent des radios portables

*Scroll below for English version Étant la plus vaste province canadienne, il va sans dire que notre économie nationale est grandement influencée par les industries du Québec. Les travailleurs de ces industries ont besoin d’outil permettant une communication fluide et sécuritaire. En réponse à ce besoin, plusieurs travailleurs utiliseront des radios portables. Explorons les principales… Read More»

Mobile Two Way Radio

Portable vs. Mobile Two Way Radio –
What’s Your Best Bet

The use of two way radios has changed drastically over the last 30 years – and not in the way you think. Users of the technology continue to rely on two way radios to provide the communication they need to excel in a productive, efficient and safe work environment. In fact, the number of industries… Read More»

Restaurant Two Way Radio

3 Hospitality Industries That Have Benefited From Two Way Radios

The hospitality industry in Canada is a year-round business that drives the Canadian economy forward. With more than 1.2 million people working in the accommodation and food services industry alone, and that number sure to increase as communities grow, it’s important to stay ahead of your competitors and provide customer service that keeps people coming… Read More»

Two Way Radio Durability

How Long Do Two Way Radios Last?
5 Things You Should Know

Like any technology, the length of time you can expect it to last depends on two things – the quality of the product and the way you treat it. The same can be said for two way radios. Typically the rule of thumb is the more you spend on technology, the higher quality the product.… Read More»